TV on tap!



We’ve listened to your feedback and have now installed a flat screen TV in our upstairs double room. This compliments the downstairs twin room which already has its own TV. Free Wi-Fi is also available so you can keep up to date with what’s going on or relax and switch off, whatever takes your fancy!

All for the same great price of £75 per room (2 sharing) inclusive of a delicious breakfast! Discounts available for single occupancy, longer stays and winter breaks!


November 2017

Autumn News!


Wonderful wildlife!


Our beautiful roe deer have returned after an absence of many months. Such a joy to see them so close to the house on a gorgeous autumn morning!







Mr Pheasant on the other hand is hardly a rare sight but still brightens the day!






Winter Offers! 

Discounts available on both rooms between November and March, when you book direct with us. Please get in touch by phone, email or facebook for further details.


November 7th 2017

Come and stay at Knockquhassen Farm B&B this summer!

Why choose Knockquhassen Farm B&B for your short break or overnight stay this year?


Spectacular scenery – the views from the house and garden are stunning at any time of year, but even more so right now, with the beautiful sunny weather we’ve been having.





Great location as a base for exploring the area  – spring has well and truly sprung, bluebells are everywhere. Why not visit one of the many gardens nearby, take a walk by the sea on a rugged coast path or wide empty beach or visit the picturesque harbour at Portpatrick?






Lots to see and do – whatever your thing, there is sure to be something for you in Wigtownshire from walking to arts to oysters. See our What to See & Do near Stranraer page for details of forthcoming local events.




May 9th 2017

Autumn is here…..


Beautiful October dawn, looking east from the house, towards the Galloway hills….




Mummy pheasant…….and one of three babies, in the garden








Our resident female roe deer….


…..and one of our residents cats, Morag, having a morning snooze in the bin!

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October 16th 2016

‘Taste Our Best’ Award

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We are pleased to announce we have just received our ‘Taste Our Best’ Award from VisitScotland. This recognises that we offer high quality Scottish food on our breakfast menu.

So, there couldn’t be a better time to come and visit this beautiful part of the country; stay in our peaceful home, enjoy the stunning views and sample our delicious food!

  • Tasty home grown free range eggs
  • Local artisan bread from Logan Bakehouse
  • Haggis and black pudding from award-winning butcher Alex Jack in Stranraer
  • Pedigree sausages and bacon from Clash Farm Saddlebacks
  • Wonderful aromatic coffee from Ovenbird in Glasgow…..I could go on!

The latest addition is the return of our fantastic blackcurrant jam, handpicked from the garden just this week, very popular last summer!

Keeping it local!

Stranraer B&B free range hens

Our very local egg suppliers!

Summer is here and with the lovely long days our little flock of hens are spending more and more of their day outdoors, ranging freely round our large garden and adjacent fields. They love to help with any gardening or digging that is going on as well as helping with cleaning out the horse barn! They are a productive little bunch, producing an egg each most days, so plenty to offer guests for breakfast and some to take home if you want!

…and another new supplier
We have also started using a great new supplier for our breakfast coffee.  Ovenbird Coffee Roasters are based in Glasgow and offer top quality speciality coffee, sourced direct from farmers and growers in Africa and South America. We think it’s excellent stuff and it’s a great way to start the day, with a carafe of coffee to accompany your breakfast in our lovely sunroom.

Add in bacon or sausages from Clash Farm Saddlebacks, black pudding or haggis from Alex Jack Butchers and toast made from lovely bread from Logan Bakehouse and you’re all set up for the day!

Stranraer B&B – free range eggs!

Our girls ranging freely!

Our girls ranging freely!

One day's work for our little beauties!

One day’s work for our little beauties

8th January 2016.

Happy New Year from our 6 lovely speckled ladies, now producing 5-6 eggs daily! The pic on left shows a recent day’s efforts, including the huge one in the centre – perhaps a goose snuck in somewhere!

So……fresh, free range eggs are now on our B&B breakfast menu,  subject to availability of course! Boiled, fried, scrambled, however you like them, I am sure you will enjoy them as we do. They have super yellow yolks, a good size and taste lovely! We may also have some for sale, again subject to the girls keeping up the current pace of production!

Free range eggs from the garden one step closer at Stranraer B&B!

10th October 2015

This week we finally realised another ambition, to have our own hens and hopefully, eggs soon! Decided to go for 6 ‘recycled’ hens, that is, ex-battery, from Homes4hens near Dumfries. They are now installed in their lovely new house and run, also recycled (plastic from Solway Recycling) and slowly adjusting to their new life. As the pics shows, they are a bit sparse in the feather department but apparently they grow back in time. Otherwise they seem very sprightly and at only about 12 months of age, they should have a good few years left to enjoy life with us!




Day 4 today and the girls are starting to get a bit more confident. At the moment ‘free range’ consists mainly of staying indoors but they seem to like company, so I’m learning the art of ‘chicken whispering’! Sitting by the run and chatting to them seems to encourage them to get out and about and it’s fun just to sit and watch them. Actually managed to get all 6 out of the run at the same time today! Slight issue with the nest boxes as they all pile in at once – a bit of squash! They don’t seem to know how to use the perches so have had to give them a wee lesson! They’re a bit wobbly but I’m sure they’ll get the hang of it eventually – poor things have probably never had perches before! No eggs yet so I think I have to play the long game!



New Stranraer B&B achieves 3 star award from Visit Scotland!

23rd September 2015

3 STart B&B Scottish Tourist BoardWe are very pleased to say that following our recent assessment by Visit Scotland, Knockquhassen Farm B&B has been awarded 3 stars under their Quality Assurance scheme. This means we are rated as offering a ‘very good’ standard of service. This is very exciting after only 4 months in business and we hope this star rating will encourage more visitors to our B&B to sample the delights of Dumfries & Galloway! We specialise in providing flexible accommodation for dogs and their owners as well as offering a locally sourced breakfast menu and very friendly welcome to all our guests, with or without dogs! We are lucky enough to live in a stunning location so visitors can enjoy the wonderful views from the house and easy access to the wonderful countryside and coastline nearby.

Home-grown blackcurrants arrive on the breakfast menu at Stranraer B&B

5th August 2015

New addition to the breakfast menu!

New addition to the breakfast menu!

We seem to have inherited a wonderful blackcurrant bush! We thought it was a flowering currant until it produced loads of lovely fruit, which is now being made into jam or gently cooked with sugar to make a fantastic sauce for ice cream! At least something seems to like all this rain! 3lbs of fruit so far and plenty more on the bush. So, blackcurrant jam is now available with your toast for breakfast!